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Pre to Three: Policy Implications of Child Brain Development
by Dr. Diane Fisher
Independent Women's Forum
iwf.org, 22-Jul-97
...the crisis in middle-class and affluent mainstream families, where child drug use, suicide, depression and moral confusion are also on the rise. These children live in the homes of potentially capable parents who have become convinced that hands on parenting is not important, that professionals, day-care and after school programs are win-win propositions. Programs that further take children out of parents hands are the last thing these families need.
Category = Politics 
Pre to Three: Policy Implications of Child Brain Development
by Dr. Diane Fisher
Independent Women's Forum
iwf.org, 22-Jul-97
It is dangerously naive to fall back on the idea that no one will be forced to work or take their children to day-care (if daycare is nationalized). Those that are free to choose will be "free" at a financial price, with little societal support or validation, empty neighborhoods and few playmates for their children.
Category = Politics 
Freedom crisis,
not day-care crisis
by Joseph Farah worldnetdaily.com,
31-Oct-97
If politicians sincerely want to create more options for parents, they ought to let them keep more of their hard-earned money -- a lot more.  They ought to encourage one parent to stay home to fulfill the most important responsibility any adult has in life -- to raise children.
For the increasing number of single parents, the choices are tougher.  But the first option ought to be family members, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.  If those alternatives are not available, professional day care should be a last resort.  However, if day care becomes the first option for most American parents, unprecedented social disaster will be imminent.
Category = Politics

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